The Canons to Sylvester from the Council of Arles (A.D. 314) It was excommunication all together for many in the fourth century who joined such things as secular government, acting, and other polarizations of Christian community and sanctification. ... Read more about Sobornost in the Fourth Century
Fantastic article from American politician, Pat Buchanan! Recent liberals, worldwide, have criticized him for this article. He seems to understand that Orthodoxy retains the power of the Holy Spirit to "make disciples of all nations." Orthodoxy is ... Read more about Whose Side Is God on Now?
Orthodox Christianity teaches that the Gospel is community oriented - community led by the Church. When we grow in a culture, as we did in Russia, Greece, and many other eastern communities, we counseled and in many cases and times, led the ... Read more about Trust Not In Princes
1. Your Imperial Highness, how do you feel about Crimea becoming part of Russia? Has a historical injustice been rectified? Over the course of many centuries, my ancestors united many disparate lands into a single Russian State. Crimea is ... Read more about Head of the House of Romanov Grand Duchess Maria Vladimirovna on Ukraine
Liberalism's New Bogeyman By Michael McGregor With the world seeming to settle into a neo-Cold War paradigm, it’s becoming clearer that America’s policymakers are desperate to turn Russia back into the evil empire in the eyes of the general ... Read more about Liberalism’s New Bogeyman